EMTs turn ambulances into wi-fi hot spots

Emergency medical technicians in Montgomery County, Tenn., are using the onBoard Mobile Gateway to obtain wireless connectivity for sending cardiac monitoring data back to the hospital during emergencies. Created by vendor InMotion Technologies, the system turns EMS vehicles into mobile hot spots, according to a story in The Leaf-Chronicle. The system has multiple wireless network cards, so the it can roam to find the best bandwidth and coverage, as the ambulance moves through its service area. Article

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